Roundtable events on Integrated Reporting

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14 Dec, 2015

The Albert Luthuli Centre for Responsible Leadership (ALCRL) will be hosting two roundtable events on Integrated Reporting in association with the British High Commission or Pretoria, UK Values Alliance, Old Mutual and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). The purpose of the roundtable events is to critically interrogate the concept of value.

The roundtable events will consist of two separate events but should be considered as Part 1 and Part 2 as one follows the other.

In Part 1, on 18 January 2016, attendants will explore the importance of Integrated Reporting and learn about what should be reported and why it matters.  Attendants will also get a basic frame of reference as to how value systems inform decision making and link it to integrated thinking.

Specifically it will cover:

  • Setting the scene of the importance of value systems in value creation.
  • Exploring and identifying individual value systems.
  • Exploring and identifying organisational value systems.
  • Roundtable discussions contrasting individual and organisational value systems. 

In Part 2, on 1 February 2016, attendants will critically interrogate the concept of value within the context of Integrated Reporting and explore the application of a values-based approach with thought leaders and multinational companies.  Attendants will learn how values are the blueprint for value creation. 

Specifically it will cover:

  • Group discussions around the value systems expressed through an organisation’s vision, mission and strategic objectives.
  • How different value systems can help to inform decision making of complex trade-offs.
  • Concluding with considerations how thinking around value systems should inform value creation as contemplated within the Integrated Reporting framework. 

Further details as well as registration details are available on the ICAEW website.

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